I never could have imagined when I began this blogroll just how much it would take off! We now have about a hundred bloggers who have been added to the CF Blogroll, with more requesting to join on a regular basis. I don't know about you, but I love the opportunity to have so many CF blogs in one place!
Because we are getting so big, I'm going to be changing the way things are organized here at the CF Blogroll. Up until now the blogs have been split into two groups—blogs written by people with CF, and blogs written by parents or spouses of people with CF. From now on, however, the blogroll will be organized into the following categories:
Life With Cystic Fibrosis
This category will be for personal blogs that are focused primarily on CF and what effects CF has on a person's life.
A Day In The Life
This category will be for blogs that are written by CFers or their caregivers but don't deal primarily with the subject of CF—these are blogs that might mention CF, but give equal or more time to daily life, crafts, jobs/school, etc.
Parents and Spouses
This category will continue to house blogs written by parents and spouses of CFers.
This category will be for blogs dealing with CF-related transplants, whether written by a CFer awaiting transplant or a transplant recipient.
Over the next week or two, I will be organizing all of the existing blogs on the blogroll into these categories. I'll be assigning blogs to categories based on a quick perusal of the blog's design and the topics addressed in recent posts; if you would like your blog to be assigned to a specific category (or re-assigned to a new category if you don't like the one I've put you in!), please let me know. In the future, new bloggers will need to specify a category for their blog to be added to the blogroll.